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    • dana
    • 07.08.07 | 09:27 (IDT)

    "The new University has both Jewish and Arab students. You know the kind of population in Yehudah and Shomron and these are the people mixing comfortably with other students who happen to be Arabs." (MTA) Are you saying that this 'university' accepts palestinians from the West Bank (israel's would be annex...not a biblical silly putty place), East Jerusalem (already illegally annexed)? Are there real Pal students there at that college studying right now? and are acceptance policies non-discriminatory? any graduates we can check? I'd in fact like to know just how large is the student population in this west bank college from places such as bethlehem, nablus, ramallah etc. And I don't mean israeli arabs, because to me - they are Israelis, whether jewish or arab and have israeli ID to prove it. To repeat: can students from the state of PALESTINE currently under occupation by Israel attend this "open" university not just "some arabs"? And how do they get to school? on Jews-only roads?

    from the article: A visit to the jungle
    First published 00:00 06.08.07 | Last updated 00:00 06.08.07
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